New York gets a little Darker

The Museums of Modern Art in New York will be hosting an exhibition on Tim Burton.

He of course, is the mastermind behind greats like ‘Beetle Juice’, ‘Edwards Scissor Hands’, ‘Batman Returns’, ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’, most recently one of the producers of ‘9’, and is currently wrapping up in his highly-anticipated ‘Alice in Wonderland’.

The exhibition is set to kick off November 22, 2009 and run until April 26, 2010. It will feature not only the films of Tim Burton, but his as a fiction writer, photography, puppets, props, costumes, and illustrations over the course of his long career.

For more information on his exhibit visit: Www.moma.org

Tim Burton. Untitled (The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories). 1982–84.

Tim Burton. Untitled (The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories). 1982–84.

Oh New York, if only you weren’t on the other coast.

-Yume Ninja

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4 thoughts on “New York gets a little Darker

  1. Thanks for the info. I too regret that I’m on the opposite side of the country right now and will be missing it. But I’ve mentioned it to my friends back home.

    It’s rare, but every now and then MoMa puts on something cool…

  2. I love Tim Burton, (who doesn’t ^^). Thanks for sharing the information on this, I live in NJ, & it’s nice to see something cool in happen in NY again.

    • no problem! we’d love to go ourselves but we have so many things to do and none of them involve going to New York! So we hope lots of people will go and enjoy it for us.

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